Eduardo Gonzalez, M.D.

Eduardo Gonzalez, M.D.

 Alpha Male Plastic Surgery Chicago

737 N Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL. 60611

 

Residencies: 

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery

7/2017 – 06/2020
NYU School of Medicine
Hansjörg Wyss Department of Plastic Surgery
New York, NY.

General Surgery (research track)

7/2010 – 6/2017
University of Colorado Department of Surgery
Denver, CO.

Fellowships:

Gotham Plastic Surgery
Male Plastic Surgery
Aesthetic Plastic Surgery Fellowship
Douglas S. Steinbrech, MD
Philip J. Miller, MD

National Institutes of Health Training Grant Research Fellowship
Translational Science in Coagulation Biology
University of Colorado
7/2013 – 6/2015
Grant support: National Institutes of Health (2013 – 2015) – T32, P50.
Grant support: Department of Defense (2015) – USAMRAA.

Internship:

General Surgery
7/2010 – 6/2011
University of Colorado Department of Surgery
Denver, CO.

Medical education:

Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon
Monterrey, Mexico.
07/2002 – 08/2008
M.D., 09/2008 (ECFMG 3/2009)

Medical school clinical training experience:

Surgery sub-internship.04/2008 –  06/2008
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.
Clinical rotation, pancreatic surgery service.

Surgery sub internship.01/2008 –  03/2008
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX.
Ben Taub General Hospital, Houston,TX.
Clinical rotation, trauma surgery and SICU service.

Medical school research training experience:

Professional research assistant (PRA) Biomedicum, University of Helsinki, Finland.
05/2005 – 09/2005

 

Examinations and certifications:

USMLE Step 3 03/2010
USMLE Step 2 CS 08/2008
USMLE Step 2 CK 10/2008
USMLE Step 1 03/2008

ECFMG [0-716-372-8] 3/2009

ATLS – 05/2010, 2017.
ACLS – 01/2012, 2015, 2017, 2020.

Fundamentals in Laparoscopic Surgery (FLS)
Society of Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES)
9/2016

Fundamentals of Surgical Research Certification (FSRC)
Association for Academic Surgery (AAS)
10/2013; Washington, DC

American Board of Surgery
Board eligible
6/2017

American Board of Plastic Surgery
Board eligible
6/2020

Medical Licensing:

Colorado State Medical Board
New York State Medical Board
Illinois State Medical Board

Academic memberships:

Association for Academic Surgery
Candidate member

American College of Surgeons
Resident member

American Society of Plastic Surgeons
Resident member

The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Resident member

Plastic Surgery Research Council
Resident member

International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery
Resident/Fellow member

Workgroups and committees:

Abdominoplasty Practice Guideline Workgroup
American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS)
2019

ACS Journal Club Committee
American College of Surgeons – Resident and Associate Society (RAS)
Journal of the American College of Surgeons (JACS)
2017

Peer Reviewed Journal Publications:

Commentary on: High Definition Liposculpture in Male Patients
Using Reciprocating Power-Assisted Liposuction Technology.
Gonzalez E, Steinbrech DS.
Aesthetic Surgery Journal. 2020 Feb 17; 40(3):308-310.
PMID: 31905385

Penile Inversion Vaginoplasty with Robotically-Assisted Peritoneal Flaps
Min JS, Gonzalez E, Zhao LC, Bluebond-Langner R.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2021; E-pub ahead of print; Aug, 2021.

Tips and Tricks in Gender-Affirming Mastectomy
Salibian A, Gonzalez E, Frey DJ, Bluebond-Langner R.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2021; E-pub ahead of print; May, 2021.

Iliac Myo-Osseous Flap for Mandibular Reconstruction: Refined Technique and Computerized Surgical Planning
Berman Z, Diep G, Gonzalez E, Chiodo M, Delacure M, Rodriguez E.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2020; E-pub ahead of print; Oct, 2020.

Technical Refinements in Gender Affirming Top Surgery
Gonzalez E, Frey DJ, Bluebond-Langner R.
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 2020; Jul;146(1):38-40.
PMID: 32590639

It’s sooner than you think: Blunt solid organ injury patients are already hypercoagulable upon hospital admission – Results of a bi-institutional,prospective study.
Coleman JR, Kay AB, Moore EE, Moore HB, Gonzalez E, Majercik S, PieracciFM.
American Journal of Surgery. 2019 Sep S0002-9610(19); 30345-9.
PMID: 3154068

Selective organ ischaemia/reperfusion identifies liver as the key driver of thepost-injury plasma metabolome derangements.
Clendenen N, Nunns GR, Moore EE, Gonzalez E, Chapman M, Reisz JA, PeltzE, Fragoso M, Nemkov T, Wither MJ, Sauaia A, Silliman CC, Hansen K, Banerjee A, D’alessandro A, Moore HB. Blood Transfusion.
2018 Dec 13:1-13.
PMID: 30747701

Thrombin stimulates increased plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 release fromliver compared to lung endothelium.
Huebner BR, Moore EE, Moore HB, Gonzalez E, Kelher MR, Sauaia A, BanerjeeA, Silliman CC.
Journal of Surgical Research. 2018 May;225:1-5. doi: 10.1016/j.jss.2017.12.017.Epub 2018 Jan 5.
PMID: 29605018

Systemic hyperfibrinolysis after trauma: a pilot study of targeted proteomicanalysis of superposed mechanisms in patient plasma.
Banerjee A, Silliman CC, Moore EE, Dzieciatkowska M, Kelher M, Sauaia A,Jones K, Chapman MP, Gonzalez E, Moore HB, D’Alessandro A, Peltz E, Huebner BE, Einerson P, Chandler J, Ghasabayan A, Hansen K.
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2018 Jun;84(6):929-938.
PMID: 29554

Goal-directed hemostatic resuscitation for trauma induced coagulopathy: Maintaining homeostasis.
Moore EE, Moore HB, Chapman MP, Gonzalez E, Sauaia A.
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2018 Jun; 84(6S Suppl 1):S35- S40.
PMID: 29334568

Management of Trauma-Induced Coagulopathy with Thrombelastography.
Gonzalez E, Moore EE, Moore HB.
Critical Care Clinics. 2017 Jan; 33(1):119-134.
PMID: 27894492

Hemoglobin-based oxygen carriers promote systemic hyperfibrinolysis that isboth dependent and independent of plasmin.
Morton AP, Moore EE, Moore HB, Gonzalez E, Chapman MP, Peltz E, BanerjeeA, Silliman C.
Journal of Surgical Research. 2017 Jun 1;213:166-170.
PMID: 28601310

Hemorrhagic shock and tissue injury drive distinct plasma metabolomederangements in swine.
Clendenen N, Nunns GR, Moore EE, Reisz JA, Gonzalez E, Peltz E, SillimanCC, Fragoso M, Nemkov T, Wither MJ, Hansen K, Banerjee A, Moore HB, DʼAlessandro A.
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2017 Oct;83(4):635-642.
PMID: 28463938

Sigmoid Volvulus Complicating Postpartum Period.
Ward KE, Blake E, Gonzalez E, Pieracci F, Alston M.
Case Reports Obstetrics and Gynecology. 2017; 2017:9034925.
PMID: 28251004

Fatality and Severity of Firearm Injuries in a Denver Trauma Center, 2000-2013.
Sauaia A, Gonzalez E, Moore HB, Bol K, Moore EE.
JAMA Journal of the American Medical Association. 2016 Jun 14;315(22):2465-7.
PMID: 27299622

Rationale for the selective administration of tranexamic acid to inhibit fibrinolysisin the severely injured patient.
Moore EE, Moore HB, Gonzalez E, Sauaia A, Banerjee A, Silliman CC.
Transfusion. 2016 Apr; 56 Suppl 2:S110-4.
PMID: 27100746

Acute Fibrinolysis Shutdown after Injury Occurs Frequently and IncreasesMortality: A Multicenter Evaluation of 2,540 Severely Injured Patients.
Moore HB, Moore EE, Liras IN, Gonzalez E, Harvin JA, Holcomb JB, Sauaia A,Cotton BA.
Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2016. Apr;222(4): 347-55.
PMID: 26920989

Early coagulopathy and massive transfusion (mt) in civilian trauma and combatcasualties.
Gonzalez E, Perkins, J, McKinley, B, Wade C, Moore, F, Holcomb JB.
Shock. 2006; 25(6):88.

Rapid thrombelastography thresholds for goal-directed resuscitation of patientsat risk for massive transfusion.
Einersen PM, Moore EE, Chapman MP, Moore HB, Gonzalez E, Silliman CC,Banerjee A, Sauaia A.
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2017 Jan; 82(1): 114-119.
PMID: 27805995

Goal-directed Hemostatic Resuscitation of Trauma-induced Coagulopathy: APragmatic Randomized Clinical Trial Comparing a Viscoelastic Assay to Conventional Coagulation Assays.
Gonzalez E, Moore EE, Moore HB, Chapman MP, Chin TL, Ghasabyan A, Wohlauer MV, Barnett CC, Bensard DD, Biffl WL, Burlew CC, Johnson JL, Pieracci FM, Jurkovich GJ, Banerjee A, Silliman CC, Sauaia A.
Annals of Surgery. 2016 Jun;263(6):1051
PMID: 26720428

Acute Fibrinolysis Shutdown after Injury Occurs Frequently and Increases Mortality: A Multicenter Evaluation of 2,540 Severely Injured Patients.
Moore HB, Moore EE, Liras IN, Gonzalez E, Harvin JA, Holcomb JB, Sauaia A,Cotton BA.
Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2016 Apr;222(4):347-55.
PMID: 26920989

Mortality and ratio of blood products used in patients with severe trauma.
Moore HB, Moore EE, Gonzalez E.
JAMA Journal of the American Medical Association. 2015 May 26;313(20):2077.
PMID: 26010639

Plasma First Resuscitation Reduces Lactate Acidosis, Enhances Redox Homeostasis, Amino Acid and Purine Catabolism in a Rat Model of ProfoundHemorrhagic Shock.
D’Alessandro A, Moore HB, Moore EE, Wither MJ, Nemkov T, Morton AP, Gonzalez E, Chapman MP, Fragoso M, Slaughter A, Sauaia A, Silliman CC,Hansen KC, Banerjee A.
Shock. 2016 Aug; 46(2):173-82.
PMID: 26863033

Overwhelming tPA release, not PAI-1 degradation, is responsible forhyperfibrinolysis in severely injured trauma patients.
Chapman MP, Moore EE, Moore HB, Gonzalez E, Gamboni F, Chandler JG,Mitra S, Ghasabyan A, Chin TL, Sauaia A, Banerjee A, Silliman CC. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2016
Jan;80(1):16-23.
PMID: 26491796

COMBAT: Initial experience with a randomized clinical trial of plasma- basedresuscitation in the field for traumatic hemorrhagic shock.
Chapman MP, Moore EE, Chin TL, Ghasabyan A, Chandler J, Stringham J,Gonzalez E, Moore HB, Banerjee A, Silliman CC, Sauaia A.
Shock. 2015 Aug;44 Suppl 1:63-70.
PMID: 25784527

Shock-induced systemic hyperfibrinolysis is attenuated by plasma-firstresuscitation.
Moore HB, Moore EE, Morton AP, Gonzalez E, Fragoso M, Chapman MP,Dzieciatkowska M, Hansen KC, Banerjee A, Sauaia A, Silliman CC.
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2015 Dec;79(6):897-903.
PMID: 26680132

Shock releases bile acidinducing platelet inhibition and fibrinolysis.
Wiener G, Moore HB, Moore EE, Gonzalez E, D’Alessandro A, Banerjee A. Journal of Surgical Research. 2015 May
15;195(2):390-5.
PMID: 25777826

The “Death Diamond”: Rapid thrombelastography identifies lethalhyperfibrinolysis.
Chapman MP, Moore EE, Moore HB, Gonzalez E, Morton AP, Chandler J,Fleming CD, Ghasabyan A, Silliman CC, Banerjee A, Sauaia A.
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2015
Dec;79(6):925-9.
PMID: 26488324

Postinjury fibrinolysis shutdown: Rationale for selective tranexamic acid.
Moore EE, Moore HB, Gonzalez E, Chapman MP, Hansen K, Sauaia A,Silliman CC, Banerjee A. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery.
2015 Jun;78(6 Suppl 1):S65-9.
PMID: 26002266

α-Enolase Causes Proinflammatory Activation of Pulmonary MicrovascularEndothelial Cells and Primes Neutrophils Through Plasmin Activation of Protease-Activated Receptor 2.
Bock A, Tucker N, Kelher MR, Khan SY, Gonzalez E, Wohlauer M, Hansen K,Dzieciatkowska M, Sauaia A, Banerjee A, Moore EE, Silliman CC.
Shock. 2015 Aug;44(2):137-42.
PMID: 25944790

Thrombelastographic pattern recognition in renal disease in trauma.
Chapman MP, Moore EE, Burneikis D, Moore HB, Gonzalez E, Anderson KC,Ramos CR, Banerjee A.
Journal of Surgical Research. 2015
Mar;194(1):1-7.
PMID: 25577141

Hemolysis exacerbates hyperfibrinolysis, whereas platelolysis shuts down fibrinolysis: evolving concepts of the spectrum of fibrinolysis in response tosevere injury.
Moore HB, Moore EE, Gonzalez E, Hansen KC, Dzieciatkowska M, ChapmanMP, Sauaia A, West B, Banerjee A, Silliman CC.
Shock. 2015 Jan;43(1):39-46.
PMID: 25072794

Early hemorrhage triggers metabolic responses that build up during prolongedshock.
D’Alessandro A, Moore HB, Moore EE, Wither M, Nemkov T, Gonzalez E,Slaughter A, Fragoso M, Hansen KC, Silliman CC, Banerjee A.
American Journal of Physiology. 2015
Jun 15;308(12):R1034-44.
PMID: 25876652

Plasma is the physiologic buffer of tissue plasminogen activator- mediatedfibrinolysis: rationale for plasma-first resuscitation after life-threatening hemorrhage.
Moore HB, Moore EE, Gonzalez E, Wiener G, Chapman MP, Dzieciatkowska M,Sauaia A, Banerjee A, Hansen KC, Silliman C.
Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 2015
May;220(5):872-9.
PMID: 25840538
PMCID: PMC4409505

Trauma-Induced Coagulopathy: An Institution’s 35 Year Perspective on Practiceand Research.
Gonzalez E, Moore EE, Moore HB, Chapman MP, Silliman CC, Banerjee A.
Scandinavian Journal of Surgery. 2014
Apr 30;103(2):89- 103.
PMID: 24786172

Fibrinolysis for intermediate-risk pulmonary embolism.
Gonzalez E, Moore HB, Moore EE.
New England Journal of Medicine. 2014
Aug 7;371(6):579-80.
PMID: 25099593

Hyperfibrinolysis, physiologic fibrinolysis, and fibrinolysis shutdown: the spectrumof postinjury fibrinolysis and relevance to antifibrinolytic therapy.
Moore HB, Moore EE, Gonzalez E, Chapman MP, Chin TL, Silliman CC,Banerjee A, Sauaia A.
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 2014
Dec;77(6):811-7.
PMID: 25051384
PMCID: PMC4370273

A principal component analysis of postinjury viscoelastic assays: clotting factordepletion versus fibrinolysis.
Chin TL, Moore EE, Moore HB, Gonzalez E, Chapman MP, Stringham JR,Ramos CR, Banerjee A, Sauaia A.
Surgery. 2014 Sep;156(3):570-7.
PMID: 24962188

Presence of D-Lactate Increases Ileal Mucosal Injury after MesentericIschemia/Reperfusion.
Gonzalez E, Kozar R, Suliburk, J, Mercer D, Moore F.
Shock. 2014; 172: 21:58.

Activated clotting time of thrombelastography (T-ACT) predicts early postinjuryblood component transfusion beyond plasma.
Moore HB, Moore EE, Chin TL, Gonzalez E, Chapman MP, Walker CB, SauaiaA, Banerjee A.
Surgery. 2014 Sep;156(3):564-9.
PMID: 24882760
PMCID: PMC4150844

Postinjury hyperfibrinogenemia compromises efficacy of heparin-based venousthromboembolism prophylaxis.
Harr JN, Moore EE, Chin TL, Ghasabyan A, Gonzalez E, Wohlauer MV, SauaiaA, Banerjee A, Silliman CC.
Shock. 2014 Jan;41(1):33-9.
PMID: 24351527
PMCID: PMC3902785

Plasma first in the field for postinjury hemorrhagic shock.
Moore EE, Chin TL, Chapman MC, Gonzalez E, Moore HB, Silliman CC, HansenKC, Sauaia A, Banerjee A.
Shock. 2014 May;41 Suppl 1:35-8.
PMID: 24317352

Platelets are dominant contributors to hypercoagulability after injury.
Harr JN, Moore EE, Chin TL, Ghasabyan A, Gonzalez E, Wohlauer MV,Banerjee A, Silliman CC, Sauaia A.
Journal of Trauma Acute Care Surgery. 2013
Mar;74(3):756-62.
PMID: 23425732
PMCID: PMC3736746

The age of transfused blood predicts hematocrit response among critically illsurgical patients.
Pieracci FM, Moore EE, Chin T, Townsend N, Gonzalez E, Burlew CC, BarnettCC.
American Journal of Surgery. 2012
Sep;204(3):269- 73.
PMID: 22465434
PMCID: PMC4370271

A standardized technique for performing thromboelastography in rodents.
Wohlauer MV, Moore EE, Harr J, Gonzalez E, Fragoso M, Silliman CC.
Shock. 2011 Nov;36(5):524-6.
PMID: 22005752
PMCID: PMC3201823

Viscoelastic clot strength predicts coagulation-related mortality within 15 minutes.
Pezold M, Moore EE, Wohlauer M, Sauaia A, Gonzalez E, Banerjee A, Silliman CC.
Surgery. 2012 Jan;151(1):48-54.
PMID: 21899867
PMCID: PMC4364997

Hemodilution is not critical in the pathogenesis of the acute coagulopathy oftrauma.
Wohlauer MV, Moore EE, Droz NM, Harr J, Gonzalez E, Fragoso M, SillimanCC.
Journal of Surgical Research. 2012
Mar;173(1):26- 30.
PMID: 21696767
PMCID: PMC3179808

Differentiation of enzymatic from platelet hypercoagulability using the novelthromboelastography parameter Delta.
Gonzalez E, JL Kashuk, EE Moore, C Barnett, WL Biffl, CC Burlew, JL Johnson
Journal of Surgical Research. 2010,
Feb;158(2):321- 2.
PMID: 20605586
PMCID: PMC4373617

Coagulation abnormalities in the trauma patient: the role of point- of-carethrombelastography.
Gonzalez E, F Pieracci, JL Kashuk, EE Moore.
Seminars in Thrombosis and Hemostasis. 2010;
36(7):723- 37.
PMID: 20978993
PMCID: PMC4369086

Two stage brachio-basilic transposition fistulas provide superior primary andsecondary patency rates for dialysis access in a safety net population.
Gonzalez E, JL Kashuk, EE Moore, S Linas, A Sauaia.
Surgery. 2009; 148(4):687-93.
PMID: 20723958
PMCID: PMC4358877

Textbooks:

Trauma Induced Coagulopathy – Eds.: Eduardo Gonzalez, Hunter B. Moore,Ernest E. Moore.
Springer Scientific; 1st edition; 2016.
ISBN 978-3-319-28308-1

Chapters of a Textbook:

Muscular Augmentation in Males
Douglas S. Steinbrech, Eduardo Gonzalez,
Aesthetic Surgery for Men: A Comprehensive Clinical Guide
Springer Scientific; 1st edition.
In-press.

Male Composite Gluteal Augmentation
Douglas S. Steinbrech, Eduardo Gonzalez,
Gluteal Fat Augmentation – Best Practices
Springer Scientific; 1st edition.
In-press.

TEG/ROTEM Driven Resuscitation in Trauma
Eduardo Gonzalez, Hunter B. Moore
Front Line Surgery – Practical Approach to Surgery on the Battlefield
Springer Scientific; 1st edition; 2017.
ISBN 978-3-319-56779-2

Thrombelastography (TEG)
Eduardo Gonzalez, Hunter B. Moore
Trauma Induced Coagulopathy
Springer Scientific; 1st edition; 2016.
ISBN 978-3-319-28308-1

Trauma Induced Coagulopathy
Hunter B. Moore, Eduardo Gonzalez
TRAUMA
McGrawHill; 8th edition, 2017.
ISBN: 978-1259860676

Trauma-Induced Coagulopathy
Eduardo Gonzalez, Ernest E. Moore
Handbook of Surgical Critical Care: The Practice and the EvidenceWorld
Scientific Publishing; 1st edition, 2015.
ISBN: 9814602183

Venous Thromboembolism
Eduardo Gonzalez, Ernest E. Moore
Handbook of Surgical Critical Care: The Practice and the EvidenceWorld
Scientific Publishing; 1st edition, 2015.
ISBN: 9814602183

The Glasgow Coma Scale
Eduardo Gonzalez, Ernest E. Moore
Encyclopedia of Intensive Care Medicine
Springer Scientific; 1st edition, 2012.
ISBN: 3642004172

Media:

Masters Video Series: Transgender Top Surgery
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery – LWW Journals – Wolter Kluwer Eduardo Gonzalez, Jordan D. Frey, Rachel Bluebond-Langner
2020

Thenar Coverage with Reverse Posterior Interosseous Artery Flap
PSEN – Plastic Surgery Education Network
JT Stranix, Eduardo Gonzalez
2018

Appointments:

Ad-hoc peer reviewer: Transfusion
Editor: Paul Ness
ScholarONE 2015 – 2018

Ad-hoc peer reviewer: Circulation American Heart Association
Editor: Joseph Loscalzo Journal Press
2016 – 2017

Editorial Board member
SpringerScientific
2015 – current

Patents:

Identification of Novel Disease States Using Viscoelastic Analysis in thePresence of a Thrombolytic Agent.
Inventors: Michael P. Chapman, Hunter B. Moore, Eduardo Gonzalez, Ernest E.Moore, The Regents of the University of Colorado.
Patent Publication no.: WO2016073668

Awards:

Ben Eiseman Excellence in Clinical Research
Award School of Medicine, University of Colorado
June 2015;
Denver, CO.

Trauma Surgery Resident Award
15th European Congress of Trauma and Emergency Surgery.May 2014;
Frankfurt, Germany.

Language Fluency (other than English):

Spanish

Hobbies and interests:

Skiing
Road cycling